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American with history of sexual abuse arrested in Costa Rica

Man was found to be irregular (illegal) in the country and had a history of sexual abuse in the United States

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QCOSTARICA – The immigration police detained in the area of the Juan Santamaria International (San Jose) Airport a U.S. citizen for being in the country irregularly since 2021 and discovered that the individual had a history of sexual abuse in his home country.

Photo courtesy of the Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería Costa Rica (Immigration)

The man was publicly identified only by his last name, Black.

The detention on Monday, April 17, was a result of a control operation in the area around the airport following information received by the immigration police.

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Once in custody, immigration officials were able to confirm his irregular (illegal) status in the country and discovered his history of sexual abuse.

Photo courtesy of the Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería Costa Rica (Immigration)

Black is currently being held in the Centro de Aprehensión Región Central (immigration holding center) to begin the process of his deportation.


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